January 24, 2010
I was interviewed by InfoWorld for the following article on Cloud Computing:
Software developers gladly hop on the cloud bandwagon
Thanks to the author, Paul Krill and to HARO!
July 25, 2009
Software as a service is still misunderstood by IT and business decision-makers, so it’s time to bust the five most common misconceptions.
May 31, 2009
While I’m a big fan of Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, you need to understand that putting confidential and proprietary business information out int he “cloud” is not without risks. And while the allure of Google’s free applications to replace Microsoft’s Office suite is appealing, it’s not without it’s own set of issues.
May 19, 2009
Another great article that will help you understand the pros and cons of Cloud Computing (on of the latest industry “buzz words”) for your business.
May 18, 2009
Good article the explains one of the latest “buzz” topics, Cloud Computing.
April 2, 2009
While I’m a big proponent of Software as a Service (SaaS), this article, while focused on Google’s SaaS answer to Microsoft Office, also points out issues with storing confidential and propriety information out in hosted services on the Internet.
By posting this, I don’t mean to say that SaaS is inherently insecure or bad (we actually provide several SaaS solutions for our clients), but you do need to understand the risks and ensure that adequate security is in place before you allow confidential and proprietary information to be stored in the “cloud”.
January 26, 2009
A great article about Software as a Service (SaaS). Have no doubt, this is the way much if not most software will be delivered in the not-too-distant future. If your organization is still building or buying and deploying traditional client-server software applications, now is the time to learn about SaaS solutions and how they can drastically reduce your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
We currently have 16 customers from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses using one of our SaaS applications with amazing success and this is the direction we are heading for most of our customers.
I have a PowerPoint of the presentation I did for ITEC Cincinnati in 2006 and would be happy to share it if you’d like more information.